Sales of Coke and Pepsi’s smaller-sized cans are growing much faster than traditional soda sizes, but remain a blip in their overall portfolios.
Coke, Pepsi, and Dr. Pepper have pledged to change their marketing, distribution, and packaging to help fight obesity — here’s how they’ll do it.
Coca-Cola’s investment in Monster Beverage is just part of its strategy to shift its portfolio away from the big, sugary sodas consumers have been increasingly shunning.
During the debut of his new HBO show Last Week Tonight, John Oliver had a hilarious and devastating takedown of misleading claims in food marketing by POM, Frosted Mini Wheats, Pop Tarts, and more.
Diet sodas, once thought to be an industry savior, are declining in popularity even faster than traditional sodas as consumers grow increasingly wary of artificial sweeteners.
The makers of Pom are suing Coca-Cola over a “Pomegranate Blueberry” juice that contains only trace amounts of each fruit.